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  1. Roundtable: Utah-USC matchups

    WeAreSC staff

    WeAreSC staffers gives opinions on topics related to Trojans football: The Trojans have been hit hard by injuries at certain position groups. If you could take one player and move him to a depleted position, who would it be and why? Garry Paskw...

    Blog | October 24, 2013
  2. Roundtable: Will WR depth be an issue?

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    How do you think the recent season-ending injury to Steven Mitchell will impact the USC receiver group, which is now down to five scholarship players? Garry Paskwietz I don't think we will know how much the loss of Mitchell will impact the rece...

    Blog | June 13, 2013
  3. Roundtable: Hitting in practice

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    The Trojans have increased hitting this spring as part of an effort to get more physical. As a result, they've seen injuries increase along with the contact. What are the pros and cons of increased hitting in practice? Garry Paskwietz I think Ki...

    Blog | March 21, 2013
  4. Video: Ty Isaac banged up in first game

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    Ty Isaac, the No. 7 RB in the nation, scored on his first touch. But the Joliet (Ill.) Catholic senior and USC commitment was forced from the game with a shoulder injury and did not return. He finished with 7 carries for 67 yards and a TD....

    Blog | August 24, 2012
  5. WeAreSC Roundtable

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    WeAreSC contributors give their opinions on the addition of Silas Redd and the injury to Devon Kennard. 1) How do you see Silas Redd fitting in to the USC backfield? Garry Paskwietz: Redd should make a solid complement to Curtis McNeal in the T...

    Blog | August 02, 2012
  6. WeAreSC Roundtable

    WeAreSC staff

    "Give your top 5 surprises of spring ball" Garry Paskwietz 1) Brian Baucham -- To say that any contribution from Baucham was unexpected would be an understatement. Baucham has been off the radar for years due to injuries and academics and there...

    Blog | March 29, 2012